Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory and brightening properties. Mixing it with honey creates a soothing and moisturizing mask.
Lemongrass is used in Thai skincare for its antibacterial properties. It's often incorporated into cleansers and toners.
Rice bran oil is rich in antioxidants and vitamin E, making it a popular choice for moisturizing and softening the skin.
This involves a blend of traditional Thai herbs, like ginger, turmeric, and lemongrass, wrapped in a muslin cloth and used for a therapeutic massage.
Tamarind contains natural AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) which helps in exfoliating dead skin cells, brightening complexion, and reducing blemishes.
Galangal, a member of the ginger family, is used in hair treatments to stimulate hair growth and add shine.
Kaffir lime is used in Thai skincare for its refreshing and clarifying properties. Its essential oil is popular in aromatherapy.
Thai herbal steam baths, using a combination of aromatic herbs like lemongrass, pandan leaves, and kaffir lime, are believed to detoxify the skin and promote relaxation.